Tunes of the Day...What are You Listening to?

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#16 Feb 20th, 2006, 05:27
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gotta be 'bonnie prince billy' (will oldham) any cd of his will do......

a bit of billy holiday.....

and quite enjoying danni siciliano, the go team and boards of canada.
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I am looping buddha bar
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buddha bar! - nice one. something i havn't listened to in some time.
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"Inside the Taj Mahal" - this stuff is addictive!

(2) by James Blunt - "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye My Lover"

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. . . anything by B-Tribe . . . 1 Giant Leap . . . just got Ravi Shankar's CD from his concert in NY with his daughter . . . I'm off to India this week . . . I got the music in me!
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Tune Of the day/evening/night

Would be be nice to see this thread kept rolling & to see board members (& others) tastes in musical food.

This eve's menu - so far

Dennis Brown/Aswad - The Promised Land - (track)

Roy Harper - Another Day - (track)

John Cooper Clarke - Beasley Street - (track)

Don Carlos - Special Request - (track)

Super Rail Band - Dounia - (track)

Santana - Welcome - CD

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John Coltrane - A Love Supreme

Bill Evans - Peace Piece

Krishna Das -- Door of Faith

Girish - Reveal
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Bit of James Brown for me today.

And the Stones - 'Beggars Banquet'.
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today

Alabama 3 - La Peste - cd

Black Uhuru - The Dub Factor - CD

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Originally Posted by lotus blossom "Inside the Taj Mahal" - this stuff is addictive!

(2) by James Blunt - "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye My Lover"

Prem Joshua (various)
I know Prem Joshua pretty cool guy. In fact we sang in couple of chorus together during the Samadhi celebrations. Hope to jam with him when he comes back from goa whenever. A djembe lover myself. Been jamming with 'Kalyug- Aadat' just can't get the tune & lyrics out of the head. It's blues with some beautiful drumming & percussions, rag-based. Very contemprory while at the same time roots are there. Just can't explain it any better.
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right now its the 'jazz cafe' (mellow jazz groove)

after that - a bit of fun 'belle and sabastian' (the boy with the arab strap) for house cleaning. (can't stand house cleaning so i need something i can dance and sing a long to)

will be teaching 15 children yoga today and they are sometimes loud and a little naughty (as kids can be........at times) so i will prepare and centre myself with ravi shankar 'Chants if india' (produced by George Harrison and its just beautiful) it helps to clear my mind and relax.
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Great thread !

Right now I am listening to Getz/Gilberto

Earlier today for a long drive it was:

Air - Moon Safari
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual
and
The Art of Noise - The Ambient Collection

I need some inspirational music for India (leaving March 15th)! Got some interesting leads from this thread so far...
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Live tunes

Yesterday evening, me & the sonic dormouse went to see live

Souad Massi
Amadou & Mariam
& a rapper, who's name escapes me this morning!

Part of the African Soul Rebels 2 Tour, this gig was in Basingstokes, Anvil Theatre.

Souad Massi was great
Amadou & Mariam were brilliant, it seems like they could have played for ever last night, great set almost as magic as their gig at WOMAD 2005.

The rapper, well less said, sorry not into the stuff.

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India on Saturday . . . I see my music 'moving' East as I soon will be . . . it was Vas yesterday. Vas, Greg Ellis on percussion, Greg plays all types of Eastern percussion and his partner - Azzam Ali, Persian born, a voice from God . . . found a tape I bought in Varanasi last time - Hari Prasad Chaurasia playing inside Khajuraho . . . Concert for Bangladesh, remastered and rereleased . . . as Eric Clapton said of it, "for five minutes we're doing something for someone other than ourselves" . . . then a real find, a tape I made of my flute teacher playing the Raga Hamsadhwani on my birthday six years ago . . .
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Originally Posted by Jnana22 ...Right now I am listening to Getz/Gilberto ...
I'm listening to Astrud Gilberto (and Joao) with Stan Getz. This particular recording of Girl From Ipanema is so delicious, it's almost edible!

Up there on my list are:

Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child and others (it's a Withnail & I thing)
Neil Young - Harvest Moon
Ian Dury & the Blockheads - Reasons to be Cheerful; Sex and Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll
Joe Cocker - With a little help from my friends (live at Woodstock - were you there or did you see the video? He could hardly walk, but god he could sing!)
P.P Arnold - The First Cut is the Deepest (written for her by Cat Stephens and later covered by him...)
Tracy Chapman - Sorry; Fast Car, If Not Now
Just the intro of Steppenwolf's Born to be Wild (Sounds like a Royal Enfield)
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares
Otis Redding - Dock of the Bay
Marvin Gaye - Heard it through the Grapevine
Dandy Livingstone - A Message to You Rudy (the original and best)
Bob Marley - Jammin' (that's how he liked his donuts - with jammin').

I could be here for ever... Yes; Genesis; King Crimson; Cream; Clapton; Zappa; Macy Gray; Jethro Tull; Stones; Bill Bruford, Al De Meola, Chic Corea, Yussef Latif; Steve Howe; Roy Harper; Patrick Moraz; Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe... and that's only today.

Tomorrow it will be a different list!
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